It was cool how Danny split himself into Superhero Danny and the all-fun, no-work Danny when he wanted to give his friends a fun weekend. Of course, it didn't work out as planned and something needed to be done about Danny's two halves and the all-powerful Technus. I liked this episode because it was interesting to see the two sides of Danny--as an obnoxious, over-confident superhero, and a lazy, immature slacker. This could be one of my favorite episodes-not my most favorite, but still up there. I really don't get why it's not rated very high compared to the other episodes, because I thought it wasn't bad.
I really liked this episode because it was so funny! It starts when Danny complains about having too much to do: Fighting ghosts, homework, and other stuff. So, he decides to fix that. He uses the Fenton Ghost Catcher (which is like a dream catcher from "What You Want") to split himself in half. Now, Danny has two halves of himself: one that's an over-dramatic superhero (Danny Phantom) and one that's a lot of fun (Danny Fenton). While there each going there separate ways, Technus has upgraded himself in the computer program that he once tried to invade before. Now, Sam and Tucker have to reunite the two sides of Danny to stop Technus. Can they stop them in time? If you've only seen this episode once, like me, them I won't give you the end because I forgot.
I actually was very fond with this episode. I loved the many differences between Super Danny and Fun Danny, too. Fun Danny and Super Danny were really enjoyable and I loved how different they were. It was really entertaining to watch. I like the idea, but it seemed a little rushed to me at the beginning and the ending wasn't the best that it could have been. All in all, the episode was alright and, without the entertaining Dannys, it, too me, would have seemed like yet another Technus episode. The espisode wasn't the most creative of all Danny Phantom episodes, but I really enjoyed watching it.
I would never have thought of this, but it was cool! I found a lot of funny lines like "Curse this infernal messy room! This looks like a job for... the Vacumn cleaner!" Hahaha! And I never knew Danny's ghost self and human self were so different personality wise...but they are both soooo hot! And the voices sounded great together. I loved when they both went ghost. The ending scene relaxed me a lot...it was so beautiful. There was tons of great animation in this. And the "Way to pull yourself together Danny", "No one, but how about TWO", "Me, the one and only Danny Phantom" and especially "Dueling Doupplegangers! Have you lost your half of our mind?!?!" The scene where Danny split himself into two was the coolest. And Jazz freaking out was kinda cool, too... I loved this episode!
In this episode so called "Super" Danny annoyed the heck out of me! He made everything seem so dramatic. Although there were some good points. "Fun" Danny was pretty rude and annoying too, but definetly not as bad as the other Danny. Altough, I did like his voice.(a little) "Super" Danny's voice was very irritating. Butch could have made them act just a little smarter. And Technus just a little more serious. This wasn't one of the better episodes but it did have Danny Phantom. Which makes it awesome!
I like Technus's new look though. It looks alot better than Technus 1.0, so at least that improved. Hopefully he won't shout out his plans for the whole world to hear as much.
This episode was very funny and interesting to watch, but it was also painful and stupid. I liked the part where Danny convinced his dad to drive him, Tucker, and Sam to the movies because there was a ghost there. It was funny to see Jack drive like a maniac under false reasons. Another part I enjoyed was when Danny's ghost half used a bed sheet as a cape, and then the human Danny said, 'Hey, I'm not the one who's wearing a bed sheet.' I loved that part! I would have to give this episode a 9.2 because I can't stand Technus.
Danny is tired of his ghost life getting in the way of his social life. So he uses the ghost catcher to split himself into two. Then, they split up. Danny Fenton is over relaxed, while Phantom is a high achevier. What will happen?
I hated this episode! It was lame, and out of . I only charetcher liked bits of it. I gave it a 2.3 cause it was LAME! While my sister loves it, i think it was out of charetcher. I hope they dont do one like this again. It scared me for life. It also scared the crap out of me! Fun-Danny was totally rude, while Supper-Danny was just plain creepy. He was always making bad witty banter. Jazz could do better than him! Please, dont air this episode for a wahile, a long while. God save us all, god save us all.
Yes the whole idea of spilting yourself in half like what Sigmund Fread would have a felid day with! Like which is the Ego and witch is the ID but people come on! Two different parts of Danny persoaintlly and neither had a brain between. Their diologe was so digusting I thought I hurl. Please at least in one of the Animorph books when this happen to Rachel she at least had a brain still! One danny was just a lazy carefree bum and the other was gong ho action but again neither was very bright and it was so ugh I rather be eatten alive by flesh eating bactria then half to watch this again! I don't like this one all! Neither do I like the one with poindexter, with Paulina possed, or shades of gary. or the garge sail! This is the worst one every!
Identity Crisis was a good plot, but it wasnt my favorite episode. When Danny F. and Danny P split, it made me so mad! "NO!! GO BACK TOGETHER!! NOO!!" The plot was funny, but I don't think that Danny f. would always be that laid back, and danny p that corny. I was just glad at the end when the two came into one again. It did get me on the edge of my seat when danny f was about to shoot danny p. I was screaming at the tv this entire episode! Overall, the episode was good, but not a personal enjoyment.
If Danny Phantom is a superhero and he has a secret identity, why doesn't he really bother to mask his features? I know I'll probably stir up a lot of DP fans out there, but what I want to know is, why doesn't Danny wear a mask or a cowl or some other form of disguise to conceal his identity when he dons the Danny Phantom mantle? It may have worked for Clark Kent, but the suspension of disbelief isn't as applicable in today's world. Now I know the characters on this show aren't idiots; doesn't at least one person realize that Danny Phantom is Danny Fenton with green eyes and white hair?
This is, without a doubt, one of the funniest episodes of the series, if not *the* funniest. I love David Kaufman as the voice of Danny, and now I know that he can do that and much more.
When Danny splits himself into two people, his ghost half becomes Super Danny, and his human half becomes Fun Danny. I find some of Super Danny's exclamations absolutely hilarious, with my favorite being: "Curse this infernal messy room. This looks like a job for... the vaccuum cleaner!" His attitude towards responsibility and fighting crime is great. Fortunately, I can say the exact same thing for Fun Danny. He too has some excellent lines, including his classic comment to Super Danny: "Dude, I'm not the one wearing a bedsheet."
Heck, I even like Technus in this episode. While he's not my favorite villain, the upgrade did him some definite good.
Over all, I'm really fond of this episode, and it's one of my favorites. Some may say that it's out of character, especially coming after "The Ultimate Enemy", but I disagree. In TUE, Danny's friends and family were dead, and in IC all he wanted to do was have some fun with his friends. Plus, Dark Dan is a combination of Danny Phantom and Vlad Plasmius, which, at that time, simply spelled 'evil'. IC has a completely different story.
I, personally, didn't like this episode too much. I found it to be extremely boring in most parts. But it did get better as it went along. It got funnier.
Now the two Danny's. Jeez... they were hilarious! Especially Danny Phantom: full-time super hero! He was just TOO MUCH! He had me laughing extremely hard at some points. Especially at his weird lines. And I loved the bedsheet!
Fun Danny was interesting. I laughed at a few of his moments. I found Tucker's: "I call the fun Danny!" to be funny, though. Especially because it looked like Sam would rather have the super-hero Danny. Fun Danny wasn't as funny as super-hero Danny, though.
Now THIS line got me in particular:
"Curse this infernal messy room! This looks like a job for... THE VACUUM CLEANER!"
Super-hero Danny took it too far then! I was practically on the floor when I first heard that line!
The only reason I rated this episode some-what high is because of the humor in this episode by super-hero Danny. I loved him!
Danny accidentally erases his computer game of “Doomed”, freeing Technus from the trapped Level Zero. Once out, he uses technology from a store to upgrade himself to Technus 2.0. In order to fight him and spend a fun weekend he had planned with Sam and Tucker, Danny splits his ghost form from his human form using the Fenton Ghost Catcher. But neither half bodes well without the other, and it leaves both sides of Danny to work together to defeat Technus before he drains all the technology from the world.
I can’t say I hated this episode. There’s no episode on Danny Phantom that I hate. But my hopes for this episode were fairly high, and although there were things wrong with it, it wasn’t that bad.
The opening, overall, was done quite well. I like the fact that Danny keeps a file about the ghosts he’s faced. Seems good for organization. And I thought the gag with the Box Ghost was very funny. Some may have been bothered with the Paulina picture Danny had. I wasn’t; I found it funny. Sure, he has a crush on her, so he’s bound to be a little…obsessive.
But I didn’t like that Danny decided to delete the game that quickly without thinking about his last fight with Technus. I liked that Tucker realized that, but I would have better expected it from Sam. For the first time Technus messed up the picture, I laughed, but then it got real old real fast. And when Danny tried to duplicate and sprouted limbs and heads everywhere…yeesh. That was way overdoing it.
Before I discuss anything else, I must talk about the Dannys’ personalities. When I saw the summary, I thought Danny was going to learn to duplicate himself; I wasn’t expecting the Ghost Catcher. Anyway, both Dannys were just ridiculous. Never has Danny acted like either of them. Fenton was lazy, irresponsible, and stupid, while Phantom was corny, OTT, and long-winded. Far too FOP for my taste. The last we had this level of silliness was in LiL, but at least that had a decent plot to move things along. IC had no such luck. It was best when he was as one, and it wasn’t nearly as bad in the second half.
And why did things turn out different in this episode with the Ghost Catcher than it went in WyW? There, Fenton did not grow a mullet, was not lazy, and Phantom did not start acting overly-heroic and show-offy. But in the case of Phantom, it’s not that bad because Danny accidentally split himself in WyW, whereas it was done willingly in IC. Also, when Phantom flew back into Fenton in WyW, they fused back together right away. In IC, it ended with Phantom just overshadowing Fenton. Doesn’t make much sense.
I found Tucker and Sam to be perhaps two of the best characters I saw in the episode, something I don’t see that often. They were IC and were quick to come to Danny’s (both of them) aid. I found the gag with “I call the fun Danny!” very funny, especially the last time when Sam went, “Darn it!” And it was both good and funny when they tried to hide both Dannys when they passed through the Ghost Catcher for a second time.
I thought that as for Technus, while he wasn’t as funny as in TotY, he improved as an overall villain. And we still saw flashes of the old Technus who reveals his plans and that was funny. He seemed a lot more of a real villain than a gag guy who isn’t very serious. And I have to say, I like his new ghost form better than his old one. But I’m starting to see a bit of a trend. 2 out of 3 episodes Technus was a main villain weren’t very good ones. I should be worried about the upcoming Flirting With Disaster, but we’ll see.
Some humor was pretty good. I like the gag when Jazz started freaking out whenever she saw both Dannys together. That was funny, as well as when Jack was racing the trio to the movie theater.
I did notice the threat. There was definitely a sense of worry that all power could be shut down, but I feel that maybe it’s been worked with a couple times too many. But was there really that much of a point in both Dannys fusing back together? I would’ve liked seeing true teamwork to defeat him. More on the subject in a second.
The animation was very nice. It worked in a way that made it look good, but I wish the action would have been done better to go with it. But I liked the music (mostly), with the best being when Danny went back through the Ghost Catcher.
Speaking of that, it didn’t seem right. I thought it would have been much better to have been noticed beforehand, not after. Even better, it should had both Dannys finish the fight, and then notice the different sides of the Catcher and go through it. It seemed too sudden and FOP, which defined the most part of the episode. The scene at the end when Tucker and Sam assure Danny that it doesn’t matter whether they’re battling ghosts or relaxing was nice, but I wish it would’ve been referred to a tiny bit more. It seemed a little bit “thrown in there.” But the shot of Fenton Works on the beach was very nice.
I don’t consider this episode a waste of time. But I think it could be better used to add onto RS or TUE to make either of them longer and perhaps better. RS, preferably. Anyway, when it comes down to it, IC wasn’t that bad, but still not that good. I give it 6.8/10.
Leaping lizards, Butch Hartman! You came up with a creative, classic cinch of creating classy characters of daring Danny Phantom! (An awesome alliteration; I'm starting to sound like Super Danny myself!)
In "Identity Crisis", Danny's dreams of a ghost-free weekend are dashed when Technus is free from the game of Doomed that Danny was deleting after his hard drive was full, and starts upgrading his powers from the Fenton RV that he fumbles around with and steals. Danny tries splitting himself in two, using the Ghost Catcher, and ends up being two Dannys: a Danny who is a classy, and cheesy, superhero, and a Danny with a mullet who uses all white slang and has bad manners and looks all Bill and Ted, dude. However, both Dannys have separate powers which they can't use against Technus alone, and this becomes worse when Technus takes the free-will control of the Fentons' humble home. Can the Dannys (both dude and superdude) do their duties to dash the daring Technus together and become one again?
Both Dannys are cool, especially with Super Danny acting all classy (complete with amusing alliterations), and Fun Danny acting all "Whatever!" and "Gnarly!" I like the way that Super Danny overshadows Fun Danny, thinking he is one again (with the funny quote of, "Curse this infernal, messy room! This looks like a job for... the vacuum cleaner!" LOL), and the part when Super Danny tells about working together, saying, "It's your... duty!" while Fun Danny laughs and points at him, saying, "He said doodie!" (That reminds me, Butch, were you a big fan of Beavis and Butthead when you brought up that blurb? Hey! Another alliteration!) I also like the running gags of Technus' using a paintbrush to paint the glasses, mustaches and beards of Paulina and Jack, and Tucker's "I call the Fun Danny!" and I like the Dannys' funny way of shouting the battle cry of "Going ghost!" I also like the split-screen images of the Dannys in letterbox, especially with Fun Danny scoring a strike in bowling at the same time that Super Danny saves a kid from the truck that Technus throws before it strikes, and continuing from night till morning.
And as for Technus, well, he's upgraded to 2.0 ("Now with pop-up blocker!" Oh, and one of the things he's using, a satellite, he speaks of, saying, "I don't know what this one does."), and when he controls the Fenton house, he pulls off a Dr. Octopus, or Doc Ock, on it (reminds me of Spiderman 2). Oh, and he never reveals his plan (Danny: "Boxers or briefs?" Technus: "None of your business!") until near the end (Technus: "Never heard that, right?"; and Technus: "Technus shall escape to fight another-" [gets caught by Danny] Danny: "Shouting out your plans again?! That is SO 1.0!"). And when he uses the ghost shield on the Dannys while they're inside, Fun Danny says, "Uh, dude, that only works if we're, like, outside the ghost shield."
And the funniest part of all is this: when Danny tries body splitting in front of Technus, but ends up being a mess, which is totally gross (two mouths for eyes, a hand-with-a-mouth for a tongue, faces on each finger and thumb, hands for eyes, a leg and a foot with a hand on top of it, etc. LOLOL) Oh, and when the Fun Danny presses buttons inside the possessed Fenton RV (which turns on all the lights and a Jack Fenton banner, draining the battery power) and pushes Technus into the river with Super Danny's help, Fun Danny goes, "If Dad asks, 'Who stole my RV?' I'm SO not covering it for you."
Anyway, what a long review I'm writing. Overall, the episode is okay, so I'm giving it a 7.5 out of 10.
Danny seperates himself in two, causing his human self to become a laid-back "fun dude" and his ghost half to become a cheesy superhero. Meanwhile, Technus is back, once again trying to take over the world.
A lot of people seem to be down on this episode, and I suppose that, when I think about it enough, I can understand why. Normally, I'm a fan of the darker, more serious episodes. However, I've always found this episode a blast to watch, and I never get tired of it.
Some people compare the Dannys seperating to the incident with the Ghost Gauntlets in the alternate timeline of The Ultimate Enemy, but I personally find the situations to be too different to compare. Think about it: in Identity Crisis, Danny wants to have a fun weekend with his friends. In The Ultimate Enemy, Danny has lost everyone he cares about in an explosion that was entirely his fault, is living with his archenemy, and wants to lose his human emotions.
Now, onto the real review.
The animation in this episode is superb. There are a few errors, but there isn't a moment that the characters look strange.
This episode really shows David Kaufman's talent as a voice actor. He did an excellent job on the voices of "Fun" Danny (who had a surfer dude-type voice) and "Super" Danny (who sounded like the typical hero). They both sounded quite different from Danny's normal speaking voice, but were still recognizable as Danny.
The humor. The humor! I don't think I've ever laughed so hard in my life! Super Danny had me falling off my seat multiple times with his hilarity. The line "Curse this infernal messy room! This looks like a job for... the vacuum cleaner!" got me in particular. (I yell that whenever I see a messy room, heheh. In a cheesy superhero voice, of course!)
Another example of the hilarious dialogue is this exchange between the Dannys:
Super Danny: Dueling dopplegangers! Have you lost your half of our mind!?
Fun Danny: Dude, I'm not the one wearing a bedsheet!
Personally, I loved both of the Dannys.
Super Danny was so cheesy, he was absolutely hilarious. "You felonious fiend! Your ghost shield prevents me from painfully pummeling you into a pulp!" (One of my absolute favorite funny quotes ever.) The bedsheet was just brilliant.
Fun Danny, sadly, was nowhere near as funny as Super Danny, but he made up for it with his attitude. He was a very cool guy (or should I say dude?), and I really liked his mullet, as well as the outfit he wore.
Technus, as well, is brilliant in this. Perfectly in-character, and hilarious. He's what makes it so no one can call this episode pointless: his form is upgraded at the end.
Identity Crisis isn't an episode that appeals to everyone, but I just love the two Dannys and the slapstick humor.
He is separate. Just like what he wanted to prevent in the previous episode. Though this episode was aired out of order. It was supposed to come before the Ultimate Enemy. Danny decides to have a weekend of fun after he clears his hard drive. He by accidentally lets Technous lose and has to track him down instead of having a weekend of fun. But sense he desperately want's a weekend of fun he splits himself in half. Human and full time super hero. Fun Danny is over fun and Full time super hero is really super! Danny has to stop Technous.
This episode is extremly funny. I love how his ghost side and his human side are total opposites. The better of the two whould have to be Danny's human side only because the super hero side is pretty annoying and sort of weird!
They way Danny's two sides merge back together is really neat, considering the are all to dumb to look on the ghost catcher and see that all he had to do was fly through the other way.
All of the corny things the super hero Danny said where pretty Dumb such as, Fissiling Phantoms, and things like that, so corny!
I'm a little confused, I mean: in this ep, Danny wants to improve is social life by seperating his ghost side from his human side. At the beginig every thing is al right, the ep was funny, it had good lines, etc,etc
But I still can't understand one thing:
After all that hapenned in TUE how could Danny still want to do that???
And to make things worst how could Danny Phantom act like that after what he have done in TUE???
But maybe that's just me...
Or maybe someone else have already put that question...
This episode was funny exiting and just a really great episode very well written. Butch Hartman did a good job on this episode. This one is on my top 5. It was a clever episode because it was just very well written and animated hope they make
I know you all think this ep sucked, but I\\\'ll explain it. Basically Danny Fenton and Danny Phantom de-fuse so Fenton can have the time of his life. But it doesnt work when Technus starts to attack and destroy all the cities buildings and terrorize ever
K, look. The reason Danny Phantom did not go evil and attack Fenton was because he went through the Ghost Catcher, which might\\\'ve altered the way they seperated, in which making Danny Fenton a cool dude and Danny Phantom a super-man type guy. Vlad used Ghost Claws, which work different than the Ghost Catcher. And when Phantom went into Fenton and they didnt fuse, and in What You Want they fused, it might be because etheir:
A. Danny Phantom/Fenton has obiviously gotten stronger, so the catcher might\\\'ve effected them differently.
B. Dannys parents might\\\'ve worked with the Catcher and improved it, making the effects on Danny different.
C. Danny Phantom might have TRIED to fuse with Danny Fenton, but it backfired and all he did was overshadow him
But nontheless, it still was a bad episode. . . . .
I really enjoyed this episode. I think of it as a character developement for Danny. We got to see that he can get sick of his ghost fighting duties and that he desires a better personal life. Sam and Tucker's quote " You have a personal life?" proved he neede to spilt himself. This episode caught my attention early on from the hilarious quotes from Super Danny and Fun Danny. All in all, this episode is not the most popular episode but I myself find it as one of my favorites in the series. I give it a perfect 10. "I call Fun Danny!"
I have to say that Identity Crisis, when I first saw it while I was babysitting, immediately struck me as one of the funniest things I had seen in my life. I could appreciate the plot point of Danny splitting himself in half (I, being a fangirl, have a fic with a concept partially based off of the idea that Fenton and Phantom are two different persons).
So, when simply watching the episode, it's a wonderful trek, absolutely. It's funny, althought he humour tends to fall on the slapstick side -- and getting a sick laugh from Danny Fenton sounding like a stoned surfer dude (a voice I happen to enjoy doing, which only made me laugh harder) and Danny Phantom spewing lings that Robin would be proud of (I'm very disappointed that 'Holy molars!' could not be included in context). Unfortunately, this leaves a lot more of the actual plot of the episode to be trampled upon.
The mechanics of the episode, first of all, don't add up -- its apparently supposed to come after Reign Storm chronologically (although I admit to having trouble figuring out exactly how) despite the fact that Technus, who showedup in Reign Storm, is only just released during this episode, and Danny can't replicate himself (an argument is brought up that the power of the suit allowed him to do that, but that's neither here nor there). Besides the temporal mismatch (I suspect Clockwork has been toying about in the Billionfold studios...), the Ghost Catcher is used a completely different manner this time. The first time the Ghost Catcher was used, back in What You Want, it was capable of splitting Danny Fenton and Phantom apart, but no change came between the two, and Phantom was able to immediately fuse back to Fenton without having to pass through the Catcher again. It could be said that Fenton and Phantom have fused to the point where they are now the same personality, and splitting them fractures Danny's psyche, but that's reading far too much into it, and besides that, Danny has never showed either side before.
Speaking of alter-Dannys. Both of the personalities, while amusing, are simply wrong to the character. Danny Fenton was always portrayed as a shy, quiet individual before he got his ghost powers, not pretentious enough to get the attention of the A-List or anybody else; he was reserved, his only friends were Tucker and Sam, and he was infinitely embarassed by his parent's obsession with ghost-hunting. Throughout the series, Danny has gotten more extroverted for his experiences, but certainly nothing to the point of this travesty of his personality; if anything would have happened when Phantom left him, Fenton should have reverted to that quiet, introverted individual without his ghost powers (rather like he did during Maternal Instincts; the instant he was unable to go ghost he was a lot more docile).
Phantom, meanwhile... Well, we've never gotten an idea for his personality, but judging by what we saw in The Ultimate Enemy, he seems to have a vengeful streak; if wronged, he will right the injustice any way he can, no matter the consequences (something that seems to have rubbed off on Danny as the series progressed, as I mentioned ealrier). If Phantom didn't hesitate to take his anger out on Vlad by tearing him in half (which didn't result in Vlad obtaining two completely screwed-up variations of his psyche, incidentally) and then fusing to the Plasmius id (wether he understood the consequences or not really doesn't matter), then I'm having trouble imagining this same psyche, which seems to rely on animal instict (as it were), taking on the roll of Batman and Robin simultaneously. And wearing a bedsheet.
Scores points for its humour; if you think of it only by its jokes, it's a wonderful episode. Unfortunately, for some of us, jokes don't cut it; the episode needs substance to its storyline, something to relate it to its canon ancestry.
And that lack of substance is what makes this episode so weak in my eyes.
Classic 60s Batman quote time!
ROBIN : Holy molars, Batman! I had no idea it was so important to brush my teeth!
BATMAN : Yes, Robin. You owe your life to dental hygiene.
I dislike this episode with a passion. It was a complete and utter disappointment coming off of The Ultimate Enemy.
You realize right away that it was suppose to be aired before TUE, but I don't have a problem with that. I understand they wanted to show the movie while kids weren't in school yet. But what really ticks me off, is how they protrayed Phantom once he was seperated from Fenton.
I expected him to be a lot more serious about his job, because when Fenton turns into him, it's usually all about business. . . even with witty banter. And when Fenton came down on him, telling Phantom that the others were *his* family. I expected a bit of backlash, something, *anything*, to explain why, Phantom would turn against him when Vlad seperated the two in TUE before he entered into Vlad's ghost half, but there was nothing there, not even a hint.
Then I was pissed as hell when it was Phantom who wanted to merge back together with Fenton. The whole episode made no sense leading to the events in TUE. I'm angry just thinking about it.
In fact the best part about the episode was when Phantom went:
Have you lost your half of our mind?
I think that was the only time I smiled in that episode.
OMG!!! This episode was funny! It\'s about danny trying to get a weekend off of ghost fighting. If he\'d listen to Tucker, Tecnus wouldn\'t have been released!!! Why couldn\'t the creators make danny\'s IQ higher and I don\'t mean turn him into a nerd. In other words, this episode was so cool!!!
as jazz begins to "try and help danny", danny's life is becoming a rut. everywhere he turns it's jazz. it was a cleverly plotted episode, but i think it was here to really explain more about the future of danny phantom. jazz is now part of his group, but she told him she would help him in multifarious ways. he learned that he can rely on his sister. it was still a very funny episode and i thouroughly enjoyed watching it, but i have seen better ones than this...particularly the second danny phantom movie--the ultimate enemy. i can't wait for new eps, but this one was def. one not to miss.
I can sum up my opinion of this episode in six words: Good beginning, good ending, lousy middle. I liked seeing Technus again and loved his new ghost form at the end. It made him look like Vlad Masters, not Plasmius, Masters. But if this is supposed to take place after RS, why did Technus appear in it if he hadn't been released yet? Unless, Danny put him back in somehow...Oh, well.
The reason I hated the middle and just plain waited for it to end was that the Dannys were too outrageous and OOC. If they gradually changed into the punk and superhero, I could live with it. But they were instantly unbelievable and annoying which made no sense, since Danny never acts like that to any extent.
If you ignore the Dannys taking away from the episode, the rest was good. Everyone else was in character and funny. "Now you want to nail him right between the eyes." Jack still managed to be himself without being annoying as he'd come off in other episodes and Maddie and Jazz are still the responsible ones with Jazz going nuts about two Dannys all over the place.
Overall, below average, but only because of the Dannys. If they'd tried something a little less radical, it would've been a lot better.
I think this has got to be one of the funniest episodes ever! After I watched it the first time I had the lines stuck in my head forever! Although as funny as it was, it kinda sucks that the real Danny character is only in the episode for a very short amount of time. When I first read the summary for this one I was thinking that Danny would duplicate himself and tell the other Danny to fight for him so he can slack off. I never expected him to split himself in half and become two completly different characters! Overall though the episode was excellent.
When i first watched this episode i wasn't too excited. but after i watched it again and again, i fell inlove!
it is hilarious. dannys 2 different sides are hilarious. they are totally believable too. if danny cud be a "full-time super hero" he wud be like that. superheros usaully let everything go to their head and that wasnt the first time it went to dannys.
the total relaxed teen though may have been alttle to relaxed. i think when they split the "fun danny" shud have been more like the nonconfident danny we seee in mystery meat before he likes his powers. but this danny is good too.
i loved the "i call the fun danny" i tought it was hilarious.
I think this episode was very funny, the two dannys were great. The superhero lines and voice were also funny as was the laid back hippie sort of voice from Danny Fenton, I think alot of teenagers are like the laid back Danny but don't want to admit it. Another great episode.